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Olympia is gone, ITA/WTC is coming

The 2010 Winter Olympics have come and gone providing worldwide media exposure to the City of Vancouver. Approx. 15,000 journalists have been accredited to cover the 2010 Olympic games, almost twice as many which were accredited for past games. This extensive exposure to Vancouver will provide insight and interest to the potential delegates of ITA/WTC. The recently commissioned Canada Line has experienced higher than expected ridership by not only the Olympic traffic, but by Vancouverites as well. The planning and construction of the Canada Line will be a topic of a keynote lecture which will...

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Issue 2010-03

Events

2. Münchener Tunnelbau Symposium Tunnelbau – Großprojekte, Ertüchtigung, TBM-Vortriebe Neubiberg-München/D, 6. Mai 2010 Veranstalter: STUVA/Förderverein Konstruktiver Ingenieurbau der UniBw...

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Issue 2010-03 Events

Events

2. Münchener Tunnelbau Symposium Tunnelbau – Großprojekte, Ertüchtigung, TBM-Vortriebe Neubiberg-München/D, 6. Mai 2010 Veranstalter: STUVA/Förderverein Konstruktiver Ingenieurbau der UniBw...

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Issue 2010-04 Events

Events

2. Münchener Tunnelbau Symposium Tunnelbau – Großprojekte, Ertüchtigung, TBM-Vortriebe Neubiberg-München/D, 6. Mai 2010 Veranstalter: STUVA/Förderverein Konstruktiver Ingenieurbau der UniBw...

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Issue 2011-04 Russia

Double Shield sees the Light in Sochi

In early March 2011, a 6.2 m (20.3 ft) diameter Robbins Double Shield TBM crossed the finish line in Sochi, Russia. The machine completed a 4.5 km (2.8 mi) long section of tunnel that will ultimately...

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Issue 2014-03 United Kingdom

Simon Wright appointed as new Crossrail Programme Director

At the end of April Crossrail announced that Simon Wright has been appointed as new Programme Director. Simon Wright, currently Project Development Director at Network Rail, and previously Director of...

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